Methods of Representation Theory: With Applications to Finite Groups and Orders, Vol. 1 (Wiley Classics Library)
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This paperback edition of the standard algebra text reviews the development of the representation theory of finite groups and associative algebras and discusses applications and connections with other parts of mathematics. The authors incorporate a self-contained account of the three main branches of representation theory - ordinary, modular, and integral - and demonstrate the connections between them. There is a wealth of illustrative examples and auxiliary results, and almost every section contains exercises.